PARIS21 drives inclusive statistical development in 5 key impact areas.
With its strong track record of providing a voice to developing countries, PARIS21 continues to foster and champion the statistical development interests and needs of countries through its extensive statistical advocacy interventions across the national, regional and global levels. Its fundamental approach to advocacy underpins the 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development, raising demand for the wider use of data and statistics in decision-making and bolstering recognition, support and funding to statistics at the highest and broadest levels of government.
Focusing on the core needs and interests of developing countries on building statistical capacities and exchanging knowledge and practices of individual partners and clients, PARIS21 remains responsive by providing on-demand services to position countries to take advantage of new opportunities for statistical development.
Increasing demands for high-quality and timely data require new solutions. To respond to this demand, PARIS21 has developed a number of innovative tools to help countries better respond to the changing data ecosystem.
Building effective and inclusive partnerships is core to PARIS21’s work. It engages with various stakeholders to support initiatives at the national, regional and global levels that establish well-coordinated statistical systems and advance the overall statistical capacity development agenda. PARIS21 has a strong history of catalysing co-ordination and dialogue amongst different data communities.
Working closely with statistical institutions and key stakeholders, PARIS21 accelerates reforms and helps modernise national and regional statistical systems by retooling statistical strategies and plans, and reinforcing institutional transformations, while contributing to global statistical development.